Universal Access To All Knowledge
Home Donate | Store | Blog | FAQ | Jobs | Volunteer Positions | Contact | Bios | Forums | Projects | Terms, Privacy, & Copyright
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
Search Results
Results: 1 through 5 of 5 (0.05 secs)
You searched for: creator:"Thomas Eakins"
[image]Letitia Wilson Jordan - Thomas Eakins
The Philadelphia Realist painter Thomas Eakins asked Letitia Wilson Jordan (1852–1931), the sister of one of his students, to pose for him after he saw her in this costume at a ball. Over the course of extended sittings, he recorded her appearance in the gauzy black gown, Japanese shawl, buff gloves, and red bow with an unsparing directness that distinguished Eakins's art from the more flattering and fashionable portraiture of his contemporaries...
Keywords: art; American Art
Downloads: 9
[image]Illustration for "Mr. Neelus Pealer's Conditions" - Thomas Eakins
Object metadata can change over time, please check the Brooklyn Museum object record for the latest information.
Keywords: art; American Art
Downloads: 4
[image]Home Scene - Thomas Eakins
Object metadata can change over time, please check the Brooklyn Museum object record for the latest information.
Keywords: art; American Art
Downloads: 5
[image]Whistling for Plover - Thomas Eakins
The Philadelphia Realist painter Thomas Eakins executed exhibition watercolors during a brief period of his career. In this bird-hunting scene set in the marshes of southern New Jersey, he used dry, tightly controlled brushstrokes to model his central figure and more fluid washes for the landscape. While the subject matter and academic approach (including extensive preparatory studies) parallel his work in oil, the artist preferred watercolor for this sun-drenched picture because it allowed him ...
Keywords: art; American Art
Downloads: 75
[image]William Rush Carving His Allegorical Figure of the Schuylkill River - Thomas Eakins
This is one of several paintings In which Thomas Eakins provided an imaginary glimpse of the Philadelphia sculptor William Rush carving The Water Nymph and Bittern, which was installed in PhIladelphia's Centre Square In 1809. Although Eakins's initial motives came from a desire to restore Rush's name to the history of American art, his primary focus on the back of a strongly highlighted nude model also calls into play issues about traditional methods of art instruction...
Keywords: art; American Art
Downloads: 59
Advanced search

Group results by:

> Relevance
Mediatype
Collection

Refine your search:

File formats
MP3 files
Any audio file
Movie files
Images

Related collections

brooklynmuseum

Related creators

Thomas Eakins

Related mediatypes

image